The Patina Leaves Set with Tim Holtz Assemblage

Hello Crafty Friends, and happy Monday!
I hope everyone had a wonderful weekend!

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Today I am excited to share another jewelry project with you featuring the fabulous new Assemblage collection by Tim Holtz.

As a relatively new jewelry maker, I cannot emphasize enough how fun and how easy it is to create with the new Assemblage collection. This line literally has everything you need to complete any jewelry project, from the basic findings like jump rings and clasps to a huge variety of chains, and all the gorgeous charms and links needed for adding that personal finishing touch. It truly is just a matter of opening and closing a few jump rings and chains, and you are on your way to beautiful jewelry.

Early in the month, I shared a glitzy necklace project in a gunmetal finish with lots of bling (click HERE in case you missed it), and today I’ve got a little set in brass to show featuring some of my absolute favorite Assemblage charms, the Patina Leaves.

I really love this look. It’s so fun combining all the different bits and pieces, and I just love how unique the finished project turns out. So different from the typical store-bought jewelry. I’ve taken lots of detail photos to share and will walk you through the process, in case you’d like to make a patina leaves set of your own.

This necklace begins with the Brass Link 18″ chain. Fold the chain in half to determine the center point, and open the center chain link using a pair of needle-nose pliers. Attach a Flat Toggle clasp to the two ends of the chain for the closure. At the bottom of the right chain comes a jump ring followed by an Ornate Ovals link in brass. Add another jump ring to the bottom end of the oval link and attach a Lobster Claw Clasp. Then to the jump rings and clasp, add a variety of charms and dangles. I used a pair of Diamonds & Pearls charms, and an adorable puppy Brass Bezel charm, too.

I like to mix chains to add a bit of texture and variety, so here I added a 5″ length of Brass Loop chain next, attached by the lobster claw at one end, and a jump ring at the other. Then comes that beautiful Branch charm.

One really fun thing about this charm is that there are holes along the branch where you can add some dangles if you choose. I attached a couple more of the Diamonds & Pearls charms and a pair of amazing Patina Leaves. The end of the branch meets up with the left side of the Brass Link chain.

With some of the leftover Brass Loop chain, I created a matching bracelet, closed with one of the Lobster Claw clasps. On the center link, I added a jump ring, to which I could attach a trio of charms.

Remember all Tim Holtz Assemblage products are available through Joanne Fabric & Craft stores or online at, and now through Simon Says Stamp, as well.

Thanks so much for stopping by! Wishing you all a wonderful day!

The products I used are linked below:

Tim Holtz Assemblage 18 INCH BRASS LOOP CHAIN THA20003Tim Holtz Assemblage 18 INCH BRASS LINK CHAIN THA20002Tim Holtz Assemblage BRANCH CHARM THA20021Tim Holtz Assemblage PACK OF 3 LARGE PATINA LEAVES CHARMS THA20042Tim Holtz Assemblage PACK OF 2 BRASS BEZELS CHARMS THA20025Tim Holtz Assemblage PACK OF 8 ORNATE OVAL LINKS THA20066Tim Holtz Assemblage PACK OF 12 DIAMONDS AND PEARLS CHARMS THA20028Tim Holtz Assemblage PACK OF 6 FLAT TOGGLES CLASPS THA20052Tim Holtz Assemblage PACK OF 12 LOBSTER CLAW CLASPS ASSORTED THA20051Tim Holtz Assemblage PACK OF 60 JUMP RINGS FINDINGS ASSORTED THA20063


14 thoughts on “The Patina Leaves Set with Tim Holtz Assemblage

  1. I really like your jewelry and do not want to make jewelry. So, do you sell your jewelry products? Thank you

  2. Such a lovely necklace and bracelet, too, Audrey!! You are so talented! Love the dog charm and the beautiful green leaves for these charming vintage beauties, so pretty!!

  3. They really have a lot of cool pieces in that collection. Those patina leaves are gorgeous. You’ve created some really wonderful pieces Audrey. They’re going to be conversation pieces for sure. Hugs!

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